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Hiroshi Yamano
Japanese Glass Artist

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Born in 1956 in Fukuoka, Japan, Hiroshi Yamano has been working with glass for over 25 years. He has studied at prestigious schools throughout the US and Japan, such as California College of Arts and Crafts, Tokyo Glass Art Institute, and Rochester Institute of Technology where he received his Masters in Fine Arts.

Yamano began working with glass in 1975 having seen an exhibition of Scandinavian glass in Kyoto. After traveling to Europe, he returned to Japan to complete his studies. He spent the next two years studying glass. At California College of Arts and Crafts, under Marvin Lipofsky, he learned the creative aspects of glass, and at the Tokyo Glass Art Institute he learned the technical aspects of glass.

Yamano's list of exhibitions is as impressive as it is international. Venues include the United States, Japan, Switzerland, Germany and Australia. He has received numerous awards, most notably in 1991, The Rakow Commission, an annual award presented to a leading glass artist, from The Corning Museum of Glass. The resulting piece was presented to the Corning Museum of Glass. His work appears in many collections, both public and private, including The Corning Museum of Glass in New York, the Wheaton Glass Museum in New Jersey and the Chrysler Museum in Virginia.

Hiroshi Yamano has been an integral part of a generation of artists who have transformed the glass vessel from a functional to a sculptural form. His vessels are glass canvases for his artistic expression, and in the creation of his work, he has transformed the craft of glass into an art.
HIROSHI YAMANO FIRING GLASS
Hiroshi Yamano has worked throughout the world as an instructor at the prestigious Pilchuck Glass School, as a lecturer at The Glass Art Society conference in Mexico, The Aus Glass Conference in Australia and the Vanersborg Glass Festival in Sweden. In 1998 he was invited to be a guest at Waterford Crystal in Ireland.

At Rochester Institute of Technology in New York, Yamano began his series entitled "From East to West". There he developed the technique for which he is best known: rolling thickly blown hot glass over silver leaf to fuse it, scratching figures into the surface, and then plating the surface with copper. The idea for this technique came from studying Japanese metal work which is used for making traditional objects such as sword guards and copper containers. Yamano believes that the fish in his "From East to West" series are self-portraits with the mountains representing the United States and the water symbolizing Japan with its rivers, lakes and oceans.

Yamano always knew that it was glass he wanted to pursue. "My works," he says, "come from all my experiences. The memories I have from my experiences are my most important treasures. To keep finding my treasures, I have to keep swimming the world like a fish swimming in the waters." For the last 27 years, Yamano has been traveling the world and gathering inspiration. "I am a fish," he says, "who is always looking for something. I am a fish who cannot stop swimming until my body stops moving. Maybe I will swim forever, like the universe."

HIROSHI YAMANO SMOOTHING GLASSFish are a recurrent motif in Yamano's glass vessels. He adheres to a strict thematic approach expressing his dynamism through his fluid forms. In some vessels he delineates form and decoration by casing his panels with patterns of fish in colorless glass. In others, he merges the two into opulent, elegant forms. Yamano's work is also as much about interiors as it is about exteriors, weaving together rich brocades of gold, silver and copper foils while creating a seductive interplay of transparency and translucency.

In his newest work, Yamano creates large circular windows that open into his gilt interiors delicately engraved with his fish motif. From the outside, the gentle folds of the overlapping leaves of gold, silver and copper create the appearance of precious papier mache. The most recent blown vessels include as many elegant, timeless forms as do his signature spheres with fish perched upon them, forms that reflect both tradition and innovation.

SELECTED MUSEUM AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Rochester Institute of Technology Library, Permanent Collection, Rochester, NY USA
Wheaton Museum of American Glass, Millville, New Jersey, USA
City Hall, City of Winter Park, Florida, USA
Corning Glass Museum, Corning, New York, USA
The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin, USA
Gerald L. Cafesjian Museum of Contemporary Art, Yerevan, Armenia
Grand Crystal Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
Kurokabe Glass Museum, Nagahama, Japan
Lowe Art Museum, Miami, FL, USA
Museum of Arts and Crafts, Itami, Japan
Winter Park City Hall, Winter Park, FL, USA
Potash Corporation, Northbrook, IL, USA
Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA, USA
Hotel Murano, Tacoma, WA, USA
 
AWARDS
2007   Midland Museum Award of Excellent, 35th Annual International Invitational,
           Royal Oak, MI USA
2005   Jurors Award Habatat Galleries Michigan 33rd Annual International
           Invitational, Royal Oak, MI USA
           NHK Prize, Osaka Kogei Exhibition, Osaka, Japan
2005   Osaka Prefecture Governor Prize, Osaka Kogei Exhibition, Japan   
1994    Town Award, Japan Modern Glass Art Exhibition, Notojima, Japan
1993    Asahi Newspaper Company Prize, Glass in Japan "93, Tokyo, Japan
1991    Rakow Award, Corning Museum of Glass, New York, USA
1990    Best of Show, Winter Park Festival, Winter Park, Florida, USA
1989    2nd Prize, 100 American Craftsmen, Kenan Center, Buffalo, NY, USA
 
EDUCATION
1989    MFA, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, USA
1989    Creative Glass Center of America, Fellow Artist, Wheaton Village, NJ, USA
1988    Penland School, Assistant, Penland, North Carolina, USA
1984    Tokyo Glass Art Institute, Tokyo, Japan
1982    California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, California, USA
1981    MA, Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan
 
INSTRUCTOR

2006-2012 Professor of Glass Department, Osaka University of Arts, Osaka, Japan

2005    Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA, USA
2004    Grand Crystal Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
2003    Chair of Glass Department, Osaka University of Arts, Osaka, Japan
2002    Pilchuck Glass School Instructor, Stanwood, Washington, USA
2002    International Creators 2002, Lecture & Workshop, Harbourfront Centre,            Toronto, Canada
2002    Toyoda City Gallery, Workshop, Sizvoka, Japan Jam Factory, Adelaide, S.A.
2000    Pilchuck Glass School Instructor, Stanwood, Washington, USA
1998    Waterford Crystal Guest Artist, County Waterford, Ireland
1994    Vanersborg Glass Festival Lecturer, Vanersborg, Sweden
            Pilchuck Glass School Instructor, Stanwood, Washington, USA
1993    Ausglass Conference Lecturer, Canberra, Australia
1992    The Glass Art Society Lecturer, Mexico Conference, Mexico City, Mexico
1991    Pilchuck Glass School Instructor, Stanwood, Washington, USA
            Otaru Glass Art Festival Instructor, Hokaido, Japan
            Corning Glass Museum Lecturer, Corning, New York, USA
1990    Tokyo Glass Art Institute Instructor, Tokyo, Japan
1988    Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC, USA
1986    Leon Applebaum Glass Studio, Plattsburg, New York, USA
 
STUDIO FOUNDER & DIRECTOR
1991   Established Ezra Glass Studio, Ohtsuki, Japan
1998   Established Ezra Glass Studio at Kanaz Forest of Creation, Kanazu, Japan
1998   Glass Art Document, Kanazu, Japan
1999   Kanaz Forest of Creation Glass Workshop, Spring & Summer, Kanazu, Japan

2000   Established Glass School at Ezra Glass Studio, Kanazu, Japan

2000   Kanaz Forest of Creation Glass Workshop, Spring, Kanazu, Japan
2000   Annual Kanaz Forest of Creation Glass Workshop, Summer, Kanazu, Japan
 
LECTURES & RESIDENCIES
1989   Creative Glass Center of America, Millville, New Jersey, USA
1991   Otaru Glass Art Festival, Otaru, Japan
1991   Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY, USA
1992   Glass Art Society Conference, Mexico

1993   Aus Glass Conference, Australia

1994   Vanersborg Glass Festival, Vanersborg, Sweden
1998   Waterford Crystal Company, Waterford, Ireland
1999   Glass & Science Symposium, Portugal
2002   Liquid Light Glass, Santa Fe, NM, USA
           Osaka Craft Park, Osaka, Japan
           Jam Factory, Adelaide, Australia
           Harbour Front Centre, Toronto, ONT, Canada
           Public Glassmaking and Metalworking Facility, Shizuoka, Japan
           MC Glass Lab, Tokyo, Japan
2003   Glass Works Symposium, Toyama, Japan
            Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
2004    San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, USA
2005    Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA
2006    Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA, USA
2008    Glass Art Society Conference, Portland OR, USA
2009    College of Creative Studies, Detroit, MI, USA
2011    Bay Area Glass Institute, Santa Cruz, CA, USA
 
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
2012   
Galleria Silecchia, Glass Exhibition, Sarasota, FL, USA
Art Palm Beach with Ken Saunders Gallery, Palm Beach, FL, USA
Hooks-Epstein Gallery, Houston, TX, USA
 
2011
Hooks-Epstein Gallery, Houston, TX, USA
“Clear and Present”, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM, USA
39th Annual International Glass Invitational, Habatat Galleries Royal Oak, MI, USA
“Honoring the Past & Embracing the Future”, Habatat Gallery 40th Anniversary
Exhibition, West Palm Beach, FL, USA
 
2010
The Art of Asia, Arts Council of Snohomish County, Everett, WA, USA
Matzke Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Park, Camano Island, WA, USA
Glass Quake, Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, MA, USA
SOFA/Chicago with Ken Saunders Gallery, US
 
2009
Osaka Kogei Exhibition, Osaka, Japan
Glass Masters Exhibition 2009, Tokyo, Japan
Look Forward Group Exhibition, Traver Gallery, WA, USA
Glass in Japan, Tokyo & Shizuoka, Japan
EZRA GLASS STUDIO Glass Exhibtion, Fukui, Japan
SOFA, Thomas R. Riley Galleries, Chicago, USA
2008 Glass in Japan’s all star, Tokyo, Japan
Awara City Festival, Fukui, Japan
Christmas Glass Art Exhibition, Fuchu, Tokyo, Japan
2008 Glass Christmas, Tokyo, Japan
Tokushima Glass Exhibition, The Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima,Japan
The Ground Nature, Gallery Fushu, Chiba, Japan
Awara City Festival, Fukui, Japan
Hiroshi Yamano/Ezra Glass Stusio Exhibition, Tokyu Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
JGAA Christmas Exhibition, Tokyu Shibuya, Japan
SOFA Chicago with Thomas Riley Galleries, USA
 
2008
Osaka Kogei Exhibition, Osaka, Japan
Table Wear Festival 2008, Tokyo, Japan
Art Palm Beach/ Thomas Riley Galleries, Palm Beach, FL, USA
Hiragane Yoichi & Hiroshi Yamano Exhibition, Lads Gallery, Osaka
Glass in the Garden, Japanese Garden, Portland, OR, USA
Exhibition of Kanaz Forest of Creation Artists, Art Core Museum, Kanazu, Japan
 
2007
CCA: A Legacy in Studio Glass, San Francisco Muesum of Craft and Design, San Francisco, CA, USA
SOFA/ Thomas Riley Galleries, Chicago, IL, USA
35th International Glass Invitational, Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, MI, USA
Memorial Art Glass Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan
Masterworks Exhibition, Habatat Galleries 35th Annual International Awards
Exhibition, Royal Oak, MI, USA
 
2006
Osaka Kogei Exhibition, Osaka, Japan
SOFA/Thomas Riley Galleries, Chicago, IL, USA
34th International Glass Invitational, Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, MI, USA
 
2005
Arts & Ecology, Osaka University of Arts, Osaka, Japan
Osaka Kogei Exhibition, Osaka, Japan
Fukui Kougeisha, Fukui, Japan Glass Art Energy, Art Core Museum, Kanazu, Japan
Glass Art 2005, Shibuya Tokyu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan
G-wings Gallery, Kanazawa, Japan
Second Annual World Glass, William Traver Gallery, Tacoma, WA, USA
SOFA/Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
33rd International Glass Invitational, Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, MI, USA
Laura Russo Gallery, International Glass Exhibition, Portland, OR, USA
 
2002-2011 Exhbitions througout USA and Japan
2004
Glass Art, Lad’s Gallery, Osaka, Japan
Osaka Kogei Exhibition, Osaka, Japan
32nd International Glass Invitational, Habatat Gallery, Royal Oak, MI, USA
SOFA/Thomas Riley Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
Glass Masters 2004, Shibuya Tokyu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan
Glass Art 2004, Ginza Waco Department Store, Tokyo, Japan
Art Palm Beach, Marx Saunders Gallery, Palm Beach, FL, USA
Marxhausen Gallery of Art, Concordia University, Seward, NE, USA
First Annual World Glass, William Traver Gallery, Tacoma, WA, USA
Glass Masters 2005, Shibuya Tokyu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan
 
2003
Glass Works 2003, Toyama Shimin Plaza, Toyama, Japan
31st International Glass Invitational, Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, MI, USA
SOFA/Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
20/20 Vision, Museum of American Glass, Millville, NJ, USA
Cheongju International Craft Biennale 2003, Cheongju, Korea
 
2002    Galleria Silecchia, Glass Exhibition, Sarasota, FL, USA
            25th Anniversary Exhibition, William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA
            "Glass: Diverse Expressions", Habatat Galleris, Royal Oak, MI, USA
            "Glass: Diverse Expressions", Habatat Galleris, Royal Oak, MI, USA
            The 30th Annual International Glass Invitational, Royal Oak, MI, USA
2001    Galleria Silecchia, Glass Exhibition, Sarasota, FL, USA
            China International Glass Exhibition, Millenium Museum, Beijing, China
            Shanghai Fine Arts Museum, Shanghai, China
            Tea Bowl Show, Kyohei Fujita Museum, Miyagi, Japan
            Funzione, Gallery Arte Fact, Tokyo, Japan
            "Perspectives in Glass," Firehouse Gallery, Vancouver, WA, USA
            Gallery Enomoto, Osaka, Japan
            15th Anniversary Exhibition, Friesen Gallery, Ketchum, ID, USA
            "Fabulous Fish," Dane Gallery, Nantucket, MA, USA
2000    "Creativity & Collaboration: Pilchuck Glass School's 30 Years," Seattle Center, WA, USA
            "Light Impressions," Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR, USA
            "Creatures Great & Small," Chappell Gallery, Boston, MA, USA
1999    Corning Museum Rakow Awards Group Show, Margo Jacobson Gallery, Portland, OR, USA
            Glass in Japan, Odaka Museum, Tokyo, Japan
            London Glass Blowing Workshop, London, England
            G. Candide Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
            Funzione/7, Gallery Arte Fact, Tokyo, Japan
            Holsten Gallery, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, USA
1998    Five Elements, Gallery Studio Chika, Tokyo, Japan
            Sake Glass Exhibition, Hotel Miyako, Kyoto, Japan
            Summer Glass Show, Art Gallery Biyu-Bo, Hyogo, Japan
            Glass Art '98, Wako, Tokyo, Japan
            Craft Glass Show,  Ishikawa, Tokyo, Japan
            "Directions," Gallery Misawa, Saitama, Tokyo, Japan
            Grand Central Gallery, Tampa, Florida, USA
1997    Habatat International Glass Invitational, Pontiac, Michigan, USA
            "The Ripple Effect in Glass," The Gallery of American Craft, Wheaton, NJ
1996    The Beer Van Gogh 1996, Tokyo, Japan
            Tea-Ceremony Glass Show, Kakiden Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1995    Funzione/5 Gallery Arte Fact, Tokyo, Japan
            Glass for September, Glass Gallery Kalanis, Tokyo, Japan
            Tea-Ceremony Glass Show, Kakiden Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
            Glass for December, Glass Gallery Kalanis, Tokyo, Japan
1994    Japan Modern Glass Art Exhibition, Invitational, Tokyo, Japan
            Funzione/4 Gallery Arte Fact, Tokyo, Japan
            Japan Contemporary Glass, Notojima Glass Museum, Japan
            Tea-Ceremony Glass Show, Kakiden Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
            Glass Craft, Studio Task, Tokyo, Japan
1993    The International Glass Invitational, Habatat Gallery, Florida, USA
            Funzione/3 Gallery Arte Fact, Tokyo, Japan
            Studio Glass Artist Exhibition, Maruzen Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1992    Three Person Glass Exhibition, Contemporary Art Niki, Tokyo, Japan
            Funzione/2 Gallery Arte Fact, Tokyo, Japan
            Evolving, Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
            Design Vision, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Australia
1991    Glass Art '91, Glass Gallery and Studios ASA, Tokyo, Japan
            New Generation, Gallery Nakama, Tokyo, Japan
            Funzione Gallery Arte Fact, Tokyo, Japan
            Glass Art from Japan, Grohe Glass Gallery, Massachusetts, USA
            The 10th An Internat'l Glass Invitational, Habatat Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
1990    Stockbridge Invitational, Holsten Gallery, Massachusetts, USA
            Glass Art '90, Hakone Open Air Museum, Hakone, Japan
            Rivalito Glass Sculpture Exhibition, Isetan Museum, Tokyo, Japan
            UAL Art Exhibition, Tokyo Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
            Xímas Glass Show, Gallery Nakama, Tokyo, Japan
            The 9th Annual International Glass Invitational, Habatat Gallery, FL, USA
1987    100 American Craftsmen, Kenan Center, Buffalo, NY, USA
            Japan Crafts '87, Tokyo, Japan
            New Glass from Japan & America, Nachste Ausstellung Museum, Switzerland
            New Glass from Japan, Gallery Gottschalkbets, Frankfurt, Germany
            The International Exhibition of Glass Crafts '86, Kanazawa, Japan
            Kyoto Crafts International, Kyoto, Japan
1986    Japan Modern Craft Exhibition, Tokyo Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
1985    The 2nd Japan Pate de Verre Exhibition, Kudan Glass Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
           
SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2011
William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA
Ken Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
2010
LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM, USA
Davis and Cline Gallery, Ashland, OR, USA
 
2009
Habatat Galleries, MI, USA
Marta Hewett Gallery, Cincinnati, OH, USA
Vidoroya, Nagoya, Japan
 
2008
Wiliam Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA
Lewallen Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM, USA
 
2007
Davis and Cline Gallery, Ashland, OR, USA
Sandra Ainsley Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Lads Gallery, Osaka, Japan
 
2006
Habatat Galleries, Royal Oak, MI, USA
Holsten Galleries, Stockbridge, MA, USA
William Traver Gallery, Tacoma, WA, USA
Fukui Kougeisha, Fukui, Japan
Kuivato Glass Gallery, Sedona, AZ, USA
Gallery Fush, Chiba, Japan
 
2005
Heller Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Sala Crystal Gallery, Nara, Japan
Tobin-Hewett Gallery, Louisville, KY, USA
William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA
Lewallen Gallery, New Mexico, NM, USA
Shibuya Tokyu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan
Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
 
2004
Holsten Gallery, Stockbridge, MA, USA
William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA
Shiga Kogen Roman Museum, Nagano, Japan
Gallery Ten, Daimaru Department Store, Osaka, Japan
Grand Crystal Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
 
2003
Ainsley Gallery, Toronto, ONT, Canada
Sala Crystal Gallery, Nara, Japan
Museum of Arts and Crafts, Itami, Japan
Sala Crystal Gallery, Nara, Japan
Running Ridge Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, USA
Riley Hawk Gallery, Columbus, OH, USA
 
2002
Public Glassmaking and Metalworking Facility, Shizuoka, Japan
Gallery Enomoto, Osaka, Japan
Gallery Kikkei, Fukui, Japan
Royal Art Gallery, Daimaru Department Store, Osaka, Japan
Heller Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Holsten Gallery, Stockbridge, MA, USA
William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA
Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL, USA
Miranda Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA, USA
 
2001
Friesen Fine Art, Sun Valley, ID, USA
Galleria Silecchia, Sarasota, FL, USA
Gallery Utuwa-Kan, Kyoto, Japan
Running Ridge Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, USA
William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA, USA
Gallery Ten, Daimaru Department Store, Osaka, Japan
Shibuya Tokyu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan
 
2000    Heller Gallery, New York, New York, USA
            The Rachael Collection, Aspen, Colorado, USA
            Gallery Enomoto, Osaka, Japan
            Gallery Kitsukei, Fukui, Japan
            Akarenga-Kan, Kitakyushu, Japan
            Riley Hawk Gallery, Cleveland, OH, USA
1999    Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA
            William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington, USA
1998    Spot Light Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
            G. Enomoto Gallery, Osaka, Japan
            G. Shibayama, Tokyo, Japan
            SOFA Chicago, Grand Central Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, USA
            Margo Jacobson Gallery, Portland, Oregon, USA
1997    The Rachael Collection, Aspen, Colorado, USA
            William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington, USA
            Heller Gallery, New York, New York, USA
            Gallery Neos, Tokyo, Japan
1996    Gallery Vidro-Ya, Nagoya, Japan
            Hanayo Gallery, Wakayama, Japan
            Margo Jacobson Gallery, Portland, Oregon, USA
            Maurine Littleton Gallery, Washington, DC, USA
            Edgewood Orchard Gallery, Fishcreek, Wisconsin, USA
            Grand Central Gallery, Tampa, Florida, USA
1995    Gallery Buro M., Osaka, Japan
            Garden Hotel, Hanayo Gallery, Wakayama, Japan
            Gallery Wachi, Ginza, Tokyo, Japan
            Gallery Ten, Tokyo, Japan
            Daimaru Department Store, Tokyo, Japan
            Gallery Kokin, Nigata, Japan
            William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington, USA
            The Rachael Collection, Aspen, Colorado, USA
1994    Glass Gallery Manu, Shiga, Japan
            Mumyoan Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1993    Studio Com, Tachikichi, Kyoto, Japan
            Glass Gallery Manne, Shiga, Japan
            Gallery Buro M., Osaka, Japan
            Misawa Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
            Espasio Glass Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1992    Glass Gallery and Studio ASA, Tokyo, Japan
1991    Heller Gallery, New York, USA
            Running Ridge Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
            William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington, USA
1990    Habatat Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida, USA
1989    Dowson Gallery, Rochester, New York, USA
            Grohe Glass Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

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